2005 Schedule

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2005 San Francisco Free Folk Festival    SATURDAY (June 18)
TIME Cafeteria Music 1
Room 308
Music 2
Room 313
Music 3
Room 311
Music 4
Room 309
CHOIR ROOM (to right of Auditorium) Dance 1
1 st Floor Gym
Dance 2
3 rd Floor Gym
Dance 3
Room 301
Family
Here & There
TIME
12:00

Café Cabaret

Open Mic
(sign up in the cafeteria!)

How to read music
Angeline Leleux
Unaccompanied Singing
Ed Silberman
Oriental Aerophone Instruments
Setora Tanho Music Band
Peace Songs with Kids
Lisa Hubbell
Yodeling
Clem, Pam and Matt Small
Children's Dances
Laura Rice-Hall
Dances with Dean & Asha - intermediate folk dances from the 70's
Gail Barton
Long Sword
Emperor Norton’s Guard

Arts & Crafts all day by first floor gym

Children's dance

Peace Songs

12:00
1:00

Café Cabaret

Open Mic:
Exceptional Guest Performers!

Rounds for Peace, Love & Hope
Kay Eskenazi
Guitar: Filling in the Blanks
Karen Imperial
Easy Yiddish Songs
Jill Tallmer
Utah Phillips
Ed Hilton
Family Concert
Kids Open Mic
Janet Sirett
Max Millard
Mexican Folklore
Marisa Luisa Comenarez
Irish Ceili
John Slaymaker
& Starry Plough dancers
Greek
Edith Bourbin

family concert with kids open mic

1:00
2:00

Café Cabaret

Open Mic
This could be you

Concertina
Daniel Hersh
French Music Jam
Gary Breitbard
Thumbpicking
Clem Small
Sing Along for kids of all ages
Carolyn Jayne
Barbershop
Harriett & Charles Feltman
English Ceilidh
Jonathan Coxhead
Israeli
Yale Rosenblatt
International folk dances in 3/4 time
Gail Barton

sing along

2:00
3:00

Café Cabaret

3:00 Donna Hyatt
3:25 Inka
3:50 Mary Elizabeth Beckman

Songs of Women's work & protest
Estelle Freedman
Sacred Harp
Gary Breitbard
Acoustic Bass
Matt Small
Tin Whistle
Tony Higgins
Family Concert
including Bonnie Lockhart and Fran Avni
Cotswold Morris
Berkeley Morris
Regency
Cathleen Myers
Irish Step
McBride Irish Dancers

family concert

3:00
4:00

Café Cabaret

4:15 Ken Hayes and Amber Cross
4:40 The Blackwoods

Bowing Magic
Ray Bierl
Italian Mandolin
1 & 2

Nicola Swinburne
Harmonica
Hiram Bell
Songs & Stories of Wit, Cleverness, Trickery & Ploy
Robert Rodriquez
4:00: Clem, Pam, and Matt Small

4:30: Diablo Riders

Lindy Hop and Swing
Kevin & Carla
French Country Dancing
Gary Breitbard and Jena Rauti
Mokale Rhythmsong Circle
Tony Elman
Songs and Stories 4:00
5:00

Café Cabaret

5:05 Yvette Tannenbaum & friends
5:30 Rob Rodriquez/Marlene McCall
5:55 Alan Smithline

Songs of Love, Lust and Labor
Malcolm Rigby
Ukulele
Hiram Bell
Singing, Speaking and Drumming With Rhythm and Rhyme
Laurie Vela
5:00:  Sheltering Sky

5:30: Calaveras

Contra
Ed Severinghaus
English Country Dance
Sharon Green
Waltz
Richard Callicrate

Laurie Vela

Arts & Crafts Finishing Up

5:00
6:00
and on-
wards

Evening Concerts: Auditorium

 5:25 Shawn Scarlett
 5:40 3-Minute Maniacs
 6:00 Jump-In

 6:40

Ray Bierl

 7:20

McBride Irish Step Dancers

 7:50

Island Spice Polynesian Dance Revue

 8:20

Golden Gate Clogging Company

 8:40

Hiram Bell

 9:15

Doc Small's Traveling Musical Show
 9:55 Carol Denney

 10:30

MudLark
June 18th & 19th, 2005

Roosevelt Middle School
460 Arguello St. at Geary, San Francisco


www.sffolkfest.org

Everyone welcome at all events!

Schedule as of 17-jun-05
Evening Dances: 3rd floor Gym

6:00 International Dance! with VECERNICA International Folk Dance Band - music from Russia, Scandinavia, Germany, the Balkans, Greece, Israel, and the US. Meryl Lee Corcoran; Gary Breitbard; Ned Gault; Jena Rauti; Pete Showman; Sue Ellen Porter; Dave Bogdanoff.

8:00 Waltz, Swing, and Ballroom Dance! with The BRASSWORKS BAND, Frank Beau Davis, Music Director. The Band consists of Tuba, Trombone/Euphonium, French Horn, and two Trumpets, doubling on Cornet, Flugelhorn and Piccolo Trumpet, plus a Drummer. The Brassworks performs a wide range of musical styles: Renaissance, Baroque, Classical & Romantic, folk & fiddle tunes, marches, Ragtime, Dixieland, blues, swing, rock, Motown, Latin, Broadway show tunes and concert works. They're wonderfully versatile! Until 10pm.

6:00
and
on-
wards
 

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2005 San Francisco Free Folk Festival    SUNDAY (June 19)
TIME Cafeteria Music 1
Room 308
Music 2
Room 313
Music 3
Room 311
Music 4
Room 309
CHOIR ROOM
(to right of Auditorium)
Dance 1
1 st Floor Gym
Dance 2
3 rd Floor Gym
Dance 3
Room 301
Family
Here & There
TIME
12:00

Café Cabaret

Open Mic
(sign up in the cafeteria!)

Writing & Learning Novelty Tunes
Doug Jones
Gospel
Marian Gade & Jerry Michaels
Circle Singing
DJ Hamouris
Beginning Guitar for All Ages
Hali Hammer
Celtic Showcase
Tinker's Damn
Children's Dances
Laura Rice-Hall
Salsa
Metronome Ballroom
Tap
Joan Walton

Arts & Crafts all day by first floor gym

Beginning Guitar

Children's dance

12:00
1:00

Café Cabaret

Open Mic:
Exceptional Guest Performers

Yiddish Songs of Solidarity
Jill Tallmer
60's & &70's Easy Rock
Jim & Rose Hudson
Mountain Dulcimer
DJ Hamouris
Lullabies
Melisse Leib
Sea Songs
Richard Adrianowicz and Peter Kasin
Circle Dances
John Bear
Bulgarian
Edith Bourbin
Irish Set
Michael Murphy

Lullabies

1:00
2:00

Café Cabaret

Open Mic
This could be you

Russian Folk Songs
Jonnie Pekelny
Django Jam: Gypsy Swing
Guitar

Tom Murray
World Harmony Chorus
Daniel Steinberg
Jewish storytelling for all ages
Ed Silberman
Sea Shanties
Richard Adrianowicz and Peter Kasin
Argentine Tango
Metronome Ballroom
Palestinian folklore/dance - Dabka
Iyad Abuhajjaj
Transylvanian Gypsy
Ric Goldman

Storytelling

2:00
3:00

Café Cabaret

3:00 Mokai
3:25 The Triple Threat Quartet
3:50 Ragged But Right

Rounds
Lani Herrmann
Beginning Button Accordian
Paul Kostka
Accordian Provided!
Irish Whistle
Tim Hart
Family Concert
kids open mic
Laurie's stories
Robert Rodriquez
Scottish Highland
Elheran Francis
Hambo
Bob Fraley
Country and Western Line Dance
Donna Frankel

family concert with kids open mic

3:00
4:00

Café Cabaret:

4:15 Jenny Kerr Band
4:40 Sam Misner and Megan Smith

Contra Band
Tinker's Damn
Piano Accordion
Art Peterson
Harmonica (beg/int)
Paul Herzoff
International Folk Songs
Julie Bidou
Family Concert
The Folk Family of Faith Petric
Early American
Alan Winston
Belly Dance
Amina Goodyear
Kathak Indian Dance
Anjali Nath

family concert

4:00
5:00

Café Cabaret

5:05 Francesca Lee
5:30 Beggar's Jamboree
5:55 Usual Suspects

Political Songs
Carol Denney
Songs of the Carter Family
Searle Whitney
Spoons
Jerry & Bev Praver
Harp Showcase

5:00: Patrice Haan

5:30: Anita Farley

Early California
Alan Winston

Scottish Country Dance
Dunsmuir Scottish Dancers

Clogging
Jennifer Eggers

Arts & Crafts Finishing Up

Spoons

5:00
6:00
and
on-
wards

Afternoon/Evening Concerts: Auditorium

 4:00 Loose Canons
 4:30 World Harmony Chorus
 5:00 M'EarthTones
 5:30 Lisa Redfern & Mary Kelly

 6:00

Laurie Vela with Howard Schwartz

 6:40

Dunsmuir Scottish Country Dancers

 7:15

Aswan Dancers

 7:55

Jonnie Pekelny

 8:40

Zoyres Eastern European Wild Ferment

 9:30

Closing
June 18th & 19th, 2005

Roosevelt Middle School
460 Arguello St. at Geary, San Francisco


www.sffolkfest.org

Everyone welcome at all events!

Irish Slow Jam: room 118

2:30 - 6:00 BASS is a group that plays traditional Irish music. The sessions are held weekly in Alameda, California.

http://www.slowplayers.org/BASS

6:00
and on-
wards

Evening Dance: 3rd floor Gym

7:00 Contra and Square Dance! Until 10pm.

Modern American contra or square dance, with flirting and cool moves. No partner needed. Calling by Tom van Deusen and Nick Cuccia.

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